Dharma Talk recorded in Bodh-Gaya, India, January 2007. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Titmuss, India, Emotions, Dhamma
According to the Buddha, the source of all our individual problems is our uncontrolled minds. Specifically, there are certain negative emotions that afflict us as soon as they arise and create future problems for us when they motivate our actions. The Buddha taught various techniques to subdue these afflictions but their effectiveness depends on our skill and the strength of the afflictions. It is crucial to the success of our mind training strategy for happiness to identify the afflictions... Topics: Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Karuna Cayton, Difficult Emotions
"We can't control what happens to us; but we can control how we respond." This is a two-session in-depth exploration of the negative emotions and responses we are prey to, how to identify them and understand their causes, and how to work with them, in the moment and in the long-term. By diminishing our unhealthy emotional responses we can all change our lives for the better and make the world a better place. Topics: Thubten Norbu Ling, Santa Fe, Buddhism, Delusions, Afflictions, Negative Emotions
"We can never obtain peace in the world if we neglect the inner world and don't make peace with ourselves. World peace must develop out of inner peace." The Dalai Lama In this 4-week course we'll investigate afflictive emotions and learn how to apply their antidotes. The Buddha observed that the cause of our suffering is the disturbing emotions we all experience. The good news is that by using his methods we can free ourselves from afflictive emotions like depression, anger and... Topics: Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Lamrim, Ven. Carol Corradi, Difficult Emotions
"We can never obtain peace in the world if we neglect the inner world and don't make peace with ourselves. World peace must develop out of inner peace." The Dalai Lama The Buddha observed that the cause of our pain and suffering is actually the disturbing emotions we all experience. Using proper techniques we can free ourselves from emotions like depression, anger and resentment and become happy. This series of talks looks at basic Buddhist psychology - how the mind works and how to... Topics: buddhism, tibetan buddhism, emotions, tse chen ling, karuna cayton, Jon landaw, lhundrup nyingje,...